Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on September 11, 1963 · Page 35
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 35

Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, September 11, 1963
Page 35
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Alphuns Tell j Of Vacation journey ALPHA - Mr. and Mrs. C. E. McLaughlin and daughters Janet and Karen, returned home Saturday from a 10-day vacation trip when their travels covered a distance of 2,700 miles. They visited the Grotto at Dickey ville, Wis., and the Pottery at Red Wing, Minn., Lake Itasca State Park, Minn., Brainerd, Minn., and the Paul Bunyon Village, Fargo, N. D., Duluth, Minn., around the lake and through the Peninsula of Wisconsin and Michigan and visited at Sault Sainte Marie across International Bridge to Sault Sainte Marie and Canada, International Docks at Sault Sainte Marie, St. Ignace, Mich., and crossed on Mackinaw Bridge to Mackinaw, Mich. En route home they visited the Paul Weir family at Defiance, Ohio. Alpha News Briefs R. G. Bohman attended the threshers reunion at Mount Pleas-; ant, Iowa Thursday. His wife and daughter Margaret accompanied him there. St. John's Catholic Church of Woodhull will hold its annual chicken dinner Sept. 22 at the Legion Hall in Alpha from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Hoff and two daughters Audrey and Marcia left Tuesday for their home in Albuquerque, N. M., following a week's visit here at the Mrs. Innis Foster home. Mr. and Mrs. George Diggs moved last week to Rock Island. Keith Clements, AlWood vocatio'n- al-agriculture teacher, will reside in the Diggs residence which he purchased. Baptist Loyal Workers Circle will meet next Monday night at the home of Mrs. James Stewart, with Mrs. R. G. Bohman and Miss Margaret Bohman as assisting hostesses. Mrs. Ethel George and A. C. Eiker were Sunday dinner guests at the George Botruff home in Galesburg. Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Bohman called Sunday afternoon on Bohman's brother, Arthur Bohman, at Moline Lutheran Hospital. Circle to Meet Charity Circle of the Methodist Church will meet Sept. 12 at 9:30 a.m. at the home of Mrs. Douglas Plunkett instead of at the home of Mi*s. Florence Cole, as had been previously announced. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Peterson and family visited Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Ida E. Peterson at Oneida. Mr. and Mrs. John Hemminger of Waterloo, Iowa, spent the weekend here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Clarke. T i. e Clarke family and their guests and Miss Karen Horine were Saturday dinner guests- at the Charles Bentley home in Aledo. Second Lt. Gary Wing stationed at Chanute Field, Rantoul, spent a weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wing. Guests Monday at the Charles Johnson home were Mr. and Mrs. Dale Johnson and family of Osco, and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Willett and family of Woodhull. Accepts Job Miss Maxine Baird has accepted a teaching position in the grade school of Tiskilwa for the coming year. She took up her duties there Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Basil Jordan and family spent Sunday and Monday at Camp McBride in Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Barton, accompanied by their grandchildren, Vanya and Valerie Barton, and Miss Grace Barton, spent Monday at the Paul Barton home in Viola. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Barton and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Johnson spent a weekend holiday with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Anderson at Wild Rose, Wis. Dan and Paul Wujack returned Sunday to their home in Short Hills, N. J., after spending the summer at the Max Briggs farm. Briggs and Mrs. Paul Shinn drove the boys through to their home. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Chamberlain and family of Chicago were Sunday visitors at the Roland Frenell home. Likes Reunion Held at Storey Annual Likes reunion was held at Lake Storey recently, with a potluck dinner being served. Oldest member present was Mrs. Alice Likes, and the youngest was Nandora Biederbeck. Those present were Mrs. Bessie Hutchinsen, LaGrange, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. Red Owens, Moline; Mr. and Mrs. Golden Dobey, Kirkwood; Mr. and Mrs. Anton Kapraun, Kewanee; Mr. and Mrs. Esley Johnson and Barbara, Galva, and Wilmert Likes and family, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Likes, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Biederbeck and granddaughters, of Galesburg. Next year's reunion will be held at the same date and place. (iomil on (Is Golesburg Register-Moil, Galesburg, III. Wed, Sept. 11. 1963.JSL Oualih (losls [No More al Srars ¥ this is &17 ins Value-Packed AUSTATE Tire Side! Repeat of Last Year's Big Sellout! at Low Blackwall Prices Guaranteed 21 Months Safety Highway NYLON Tires 6.00x13 Tubless Whitewalls Plus Tax And Old Tire Off Your Car ALLSTATE whitewalls of DuPont's Hypalon synthetic rubber resist discoloring, cracking, stay white longer Modern cut-skid tread design gives good traction Rugged Nylon for strength Dress up your car today with ALLSTATE whitewalls Drive in now and SAVE! 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